Spain undeterred in fight against EU patent despite court defeat
This article was originally published in SRA
The Court of Justice of the EU has dismissed Italy and Spain's challenges against the new EU patent system1, but Spain is not giving up easily and is pursuing a further two actions that will give the patent's proponents more legal headaches and put more practical obstacles in the way.
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